March 25, 2017
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Headlines - Wine Spectator

Should You "Go Dry" for Your Health? (Wine Spectator)
Abstaining from alcohol for a time has become a popular health trend, but it's unclear if a month off is better than simply cutting back how much you drink

Sommelier Talk: The New Face of Wine at Gramercy Tavern (Wine Spectator)
West Coaster Justin Timsit takes the helm at a New York City institution

Want to Eat at the French Laundry? Buy a Ticket (Wine Spectator)
Thomas Keller's Napa restaurant switches to ticketed reservations, but are diners ready for the shift?

Unfiltered: Bordeaux Goes Wild with Sebastiao Salgado Photos of Nature's Extremes (Wine Spectator)
Also in Unfiltered, Italian wine- and cheese-crime spreads, Charlie Palmer pairs pigs, and Sting plays ProWein

Exclusive: Gallo Buys Stagecoach Vineyard and its 600 Acres of Napa Valley Hillside Vines (Wine Spectator)
The Pritchard Hill site, developed by Jan Krupp, is a source of many outstanding wines

Wine Is What You Bring to It (Wine Spectator)
The greatest wines are always a two-way street

Study Finds Red Wine Compound Slows Aging in Muscles and Neurons (Wine Spectator)
Research found that resveratrol could decrease the adverse impact of aging on motor function

Unfiltered: Jhené Aiko, Future and A-Trak Find Inspiration in the Bottle (of Belvedere) (Wine Spectator)
Also in Unfiltered, a Bordeaux wine for America's Cup, and Coppolas join forces with Junk Gypsies

Turning Tables: Jacques Torres Opens Chocolate Museum in New York (Wine Spectator)
Plus, City Winery Chicago introduces a creative outdoor dining solution and the Bear and Star plans to open soon in Santa Barbara

Restaurant Spotlight: Bouchon Santa Barbara (Wine Spectator)
Local wines, cozy atmosphere and sublime cuisine make this restaurant a dining destination.
  
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Should You "Go Dry" for Your Health? (Wine Spectator)
Abstaining from alcohol for a time has become a popular health trend, but it's unclear if a month off is better than simply cutting back how much you drink

Sommelier Talk: The New Face of Wine at Gramercy Tavern (Wine Spectator)
West Coaster Justin Timsit takes the helm at a New York City institution

Want to Eat at the French Laundry? Buy a Ticket (Wine Spectator)
Thomas Keller's Napa restaurant switches to ticketed reservations, but are diners ready for the shift?

Unfiltered: Bordeaux Goes Wild with Sebastiao Salgado Photos of Nature's Extremes (Wine Spectator)
Also in Unfiltered, Italian wine- and cheese-crime spreads, Charlie Palmer pairs pigs, and Sting plays ProWein

Exclusive: Gallo Buys Stagecoach Vineyard and its 600 Acres of Napa Valley Hillside Vines (Wine Spectator)
The Pritchard Hill site, developed by Jan Krupp, is a source of many outstanding wines

Wine Is What You Bring to It (Wine Spectator)
The greatest wines are always a two-way street

Study Finds Red Wine Compound Slows Aging in Muscles and Neurons (Wine Spectator)
Research found that resveratrol could decrease the adverse impact of aging on motor function

Unfiltered: Jhené Aiko, Future and A-Trak Find Inspiration in the Bottle (of Belvedere) (Wine Spectator)
Also in Unfiltered, a Bordeaux wine for America's Cup, and Coppolas join forces with Junk Gypsies

Turning Tables: Jacques Torres Opens Chocolate Museum in New York (Wine Spectator)
Plus, City Winery Chicago introduces a creative outdoor dining solution and the Bear and Star plans to open soon in Santa Barbara

Restaurant Spotlight: Bouchon Santa Barbara (Wine Spectator)
Local wines, cozy atmosphere and sublime cuisine make this restaurant a dining destination.